Erythrocytes do not contain DNA, leukocytes contain DNA.
When whole blood is transfused, a certain number of cells with foreign DNA enter the recipient's body.
This DNA is not transferred to other cells, except in cases of viral diseases.
Not transmitted. Components of foreign blood are perceived by the body as a foreign protein. So far, only one method of transferring DNA information is known, the fertilization of an egg with a sperm.